Identification de la formation
Code de formation: 
7706
Domaine - Formacode: 
information scientifique et technique

The event is organized in partnership with the doctoral school etldquo;Mathematics and Computingetrdquo;.

Talks are delivered in English.

This meeting is not a lecture course, but an exchange session dedicated to unorthodox practices in the field of research and more particularly, in the field of data science, but not only.

If there is a (very) dark side of research practices, there are also subtle margins within it could be helpful to move forward. And this time, itetrsquo;s not about tricking. Itetrsquo;s about being more understandable. When cheating is not cheating.

The point of this workshop is to help you to know where you stand, to give you a compass in a tortured landscape.

Will you meet the challenge of orthodoxe research practices?

To start the fight, first, you should know your enemy : p-hacking, low statistical power, failure to control bias, poor quality control, falsified data, writing your own peer-review, but also working with predatory publishers, keeping your code veiledethellip;

Do you see patterns in random data (aka apophenia ; Munafetograve; et al., 2017)? Do you have etlaquo; the tendency to focus on evidence that is in line with our expectations or favoured explanation etraquo; (aka confirmation bias ; Munafetograve; et al., 2017)? Or maybe have you heard of etlaquo; the tendency to see an event as having been predictable only after it has occurred etraquo; (aka hindsight bias ; Munafetograve; et al., 2017)?

But you also should be aware of the wide and sometimes surprising range of possibilities to produce more understandable results and thus, a better research. Get the grip, itetrsquo;s up to you!

13h30-13h45 : accueil des participants
13h45-14h30 : etldquo;Ten Simple Rules for Scientific Fraud etamp; Misconductetrdquo;, Nicolas Rougier
14h30-15h00 : eteacute;changes avec le public
15h00-15h20 : pause
15h20-16h : etquot;How to lie with graphics?etquot;, Christophe Bontemps
16h-16h20 : eteacute;changes avec le public
16h20-16h30 : questions tous azimuts pour les 2 intervenants

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Nicolas Rougier : etldquo;Ten Simple Rules for Scientific Fraud etamp; Misconductetrdquo;

Abstract : etquot;We obviously do not encourage scientific fraud nor misconduct. The goal of this talk is to alert the audience to problems that have arisen in part due to the Publish or Perish imperative, which has driven a number of researchers to cross the Rubicon without the full appreciation of the consequences. Choosing fraud will hurt science, end careers, and could have impacts on life outside of the lab. If youet#39;re tempted (even slightly) to beautify your results, keep in mind that the benefits are probably not worth the risksetquot;, (N. Rougier, J. Timmer 2017)

Nicolas Rougier est chercheur Inria en neurosciences computationelles travaillant etagrave; letrsquo;institut des maladies neurodeteacute;geteacute;neteacute;ratives etagrave; Bordeaux. Il a co-fondeteacute; le journal ReScience qui est speteacute;cialiseteacute; d

Contenus pédagogiques
Objectifs: 
This meeting is not a lecture course, but an exchange session dedicated to unorthodox practices in the field of research and more particularly, in the field of data science, but not only. If there is a (very) dark side of research practices, there are also subtle margins within it could be helpful to move forward. And this time, itetrsquo;s not about tricking. Itetrsquo;s about being more understandable. When cheating is not cheating. Talks are delivered in English.
Public visé: 
tout public
Résultats attendus de la formation: 
This meeting is not a lecture course, but an exchange session dedicated to unorthodox practices in the field of research and more particularly, in the field of data science, but not only. If there is a (very) dark side of research practices, there are also subtle margins within it could be helpful to move forward. And this time, itetrsquo;s not about tricking. Itetrsquo;s about being more understandable. When cheating is not cheating. Talks are delivered in English.
Modalités d'alternance: 
pas d'alternance
Conditions spécifiques: 
Aucun
Déroulement du stage
Modalités d'enseignement: 
Formation entièrement présentielle
Durée (heures): 
3 heures
Période de formation: 
Je, 07/03/2019
Inscription
Période d`inscription: 
Je, 07/03/2019 - Me, 06/03/2019
Prise en charge des frais de formation possible: 
Oui
Contact de l'action de formation: 

URFIST de Bordeaux (4 avenue Denis Diderot 33607 PESSAC)

Nom: 
URFIST de Bordeaux
Adresse: 
4 avenue Denis Diderot
Code postal: 
33607
Ville: 
PESSAC
Téléphone fixe: 
05 56 84 29 19
Fax: 
05 56 84 86 96
Courriel: 
urfist@u-bordeaux.fr
Web: 
weburfist.univ-bordeaux.fr/
Région: 
Aquitaine
Organisme formateur: 
URFIST de Bordeaux
Organisme de formation: 
URFIST de Bordeaux
Domaine - NSF: 
325
Domaine - Rome: 
32214
Niveau à l'entrée en formation: 
Information non communiquée
Niveau à l'entrée en formation obligatoire: 
Non
Formation certifiante: 
Non
Rythme de la formation: 
Temps plein
Modalités d'entrée sortie: 
Entrées / sorties à dates fixes
Langue utilisée lors de la formation: 
Français